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Maynard said she understands the
need for child care to be available to
students. "It's as important for the
University to look at child care options
as it is for businesses," she said.
Maynard said she expects to have an
excellent relationship with members of
the University community. "Both stu-
dents and faculty, having been both
(myself), would feel very comfortable
having a dialogue with me' she said.
"(As a regent) your door needs to be
open or whatever means of technology
Judy Frey, a Republican from Grand
Rapids, has also announced her candi-
"I have fresh thoughts and experi-
ences to offer. It's an impeccable blue-
print that I bring to the table," she said.
Frey received a B.S. in Education
from the University in 1959. She has
worked in education, specializing as a
Frey has served on the Visiting
Committee to both LSA and the School
of Public Policy. She has been a trustee
of Olivet College and an adjunct pro-
fessor at Aquinas College. She current-
ly runs her own business, The Issue
Network Group, which advises compa-
nies about how to comply with their
"I've been involved in governance
and working at the trustee level for the
past 15 to 20 years. I have a great deal
of experience;" Frey said.
"I've kept my fingers in the evolve-
ment of educational institutions across
the state;' Frey said.
Frey served on the governing board
for Blodgett Hospital in Grand Rapids
for 12 years, as well as on the Kent
County Board of Health. Frey said her
experience with hospitals could be very
helpful. "I can build a good chemistry
and bring groups together."
"I have a good understanding of how
hospitals have been run in the past and
how they are evolving into different
entities," Frey said.
Frey is the mother of six children,
ranging in age from 13 to 33, two of
whom have degrees from the
University. She said they help keep her
in touch with the University.
Frey said she wants to fostera stronger
relationship between the University and
the State Legislature. "I think I am very
well respected by
tives, House and
- Senate people;'
Frey said two
of her greatest
concerns are the
diversity of a
Frey tion. "We need to
they're getting the value they expect;'
she said. "We also need to stimulate
creativity that's going to take us into the
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It also contained graphic slurs about
Fryling reported these incidents to
his resident advisor and to the
University Department of Public
Safety. He said "they guaranteed an
investigation as well as increased secu-
rity." However, Fryling said there has
not yet been any investigation to his
knowledge, and he has not noticed an
increase in security in his residence
Fryling said the DPS officer and RA
seemed to take a reactive, instead of a
proactive stance to the incident. Fryling
said he had been told by a residence
hall director that the Markley staff
needed to try to remain neutral and
facilitate discussions for the residents.
Fryling said he showed up personal-
ly in support of the resolution which
called for "the University to more
aggressively pursue the investigation
-. and to follow this incident to
ensure that proper actions are taken to
ensure freedom for all students on
LSA Rep. Dan Serota said the reso*
lution was used to show that "students
do not approve of hate crimes. We want
to make our feelings known to the
University president, vice-president,
"The University should take action to
guarantee the rights of all students,"
Fryling urged MSA to "take an
aggressive stand" on the issue as well a
lend their support to thse resoluton.
"I have the righttto defend myself and
the University has the responsibility to
protect my rights," Fryling said.
MSA also passed a resolution in sup-
port of the Graduate Employees
Organization's international instructors.
There has been disagreement for the
past week about the terms of a training
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